A central operation room is officially opened in Yemen to coordinate efforts aimed at tackling cholera. The epidemic has claimed over 1,800 lives since its outbreak in late April in Yemen.
A political expert says the US is trying to boost its own domination on the world energy market by imposing sanctions on other nations.
The United Nations has called on the Ugandan government to enact pending pieces of legislation and fast-track all bills related to zero hunger.
The links between Ukraine and its independence-seeking eastern districts continue dwindling as Kiev decides to stop supplying electricity to Donbass region.
Police in France have come under mounting pressure over their alleged mistreatment of asylum seekers following a damning report by Human Rights Watch.
Palestinians have finally ended their almost 2-week boycott of prayers at al-Aqsa mosque.
South Koreans on Thursday celebrated the 64th anniversary of the Armistice Agreement, which ended the Korean War.
Indian-controlled Kashmir is witnessing the worst of economic losses after the 2016 uprising against New Delhi’s rule.
Political analyst Saeed Shahabi says the Saudi regime’s recent escalation of crackdown on Shia-populated areas such as the Eastern Province is rooted in its failures in Yemen, Bahrain and Syria.
The leader of Lebanon’s resistance movement says Hezbollah is winning a tough battle in Arsal region with the cooperation of the Syrian army despite numerous difficulties.
A political expert says the US Congress is under the influence of Israeli lobby to adopt anti-Iran policies.
Researchers at a medical conference in Paris have unveiled new methods of preventing the transmission of the HIV virus.
The Syrian army has declared parts of the Eastern Ghouta region near the capital Damascus as a de-escalation zone.
The Pentagon’s decision to keep its nuclear weapons operations secret has sparked controversy across Europe.
The US House of Representatives’ decision to pass sanctions against Iran has been met with sharp criticism by the Iranian government.
It was in early June that Turkey detained the local head of Amnesty International on suspicions of having links with anti-government movements.
Activists from the United States visited a Buddhist temple and small community in South Korea this week to protest against the deployment of an advanced US missile system nearby.
Marco Tumminello's late goal gave Roma an entertaining 3-2 victory against Tottenham at the International Champions Cup.
A university lecturer says the French police disrespect international law by carrying out racist crimes against civilians and especially migrants.
A political expert says the imposition of sanctions against Russia, Iran and North Korea will isolate the United States itself.
A large, traditional wedding ceremony has been held in Bulgaria, and is likely to be included in the Guinness Book of World Records.
Bundesliga Champions Bayern Munich have registered a 3-2 victory Over Premier League giants Chelsea in the International Champions Cup in Singapore.
The US Green Party has engaged in peace efforts in East Asia.
An Iranian couple is holding an exhibition of their paintings in Tehran.
UNSC has held a meeting with a spotlight on the recent flare-ups between the Israelis and the Palestinians after new restrictive measures on the Palestinians’ entry into the al-Aqsa mosque.
Senior officials from the World Health Organization, World Food Program and UNICEF have visited Yemen amid the war-torn country’s catastrophic cholera epidemic.
A recent threat by the Spanish government to cut off funds to Catalonia over the independence vote has triggered a strong reaction from the regional government.
Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have rallied in front of the Red Cross office in the besieged enclave to show their solidarity with those slain by Israeli forces in occupied East Jerusalem al-Quds.
Israel has removed metal detectors it had set up at the entrances to the al-Aqsa Mosque compound and replaced them with thermal cameras.
Tokyo's Ueno Zoo has released a video of the panda cub born on June 12, showing the squeaky baby snuggling with its mother, Shin Shin.
A university professor says the recent military advancement in the Qalamoun Mountains gives Lebanon’s Hezbollah an upper-hand in fighting terrorists.
Representatives from a number of Palestinian resistance groups have held a presser in the Iranian capital Tehran.
Inter Milan edged out Lyon 1-0 in the International Champions Cup in Nanjing Olympic Sports Center, China.
Fresh cracks appear in ties between Pakistan and the United States after Washington withheld the remainder of a military reimbursement fund to Islamabad.
The independence referendum fervor has reached its height in Iraq’s Kurdistan region, with most local media outlets praising a Yes vote.
The honeymoon period for France’s new president Emmanuel Macron appears to be over as his approval rating has plunged by 10 points.
A group of Iraqi students in Iran have organized a ceremony to celebrate the liberation of Mosul from Daesh terrorists.
The trial of 17 reporters and executives from a Turkish opposition newspaper has begun in the city of Istanbul.
Iran and Iraq have signed a Memorandum of Understanding to boost defense and security cooperation.
An investigative journalist says foreign occupation has caused the insecurity to continue in Afghanistan.
Over 3,000 Russian athletes have set a new Guinness World Record for the most number of people to simultaneously perform boxing exercises.
The Taliban have stepped up their spring offensive against the Afghan government.
Cycling’s premier race, the Tour de France, has just concluded with another victory by Chris Froome of Team Sky.
A political expert says the Israeli regime is using the peace process as an excuse to pursue its land grab policy in Palestinian territories.
Almost a year after devastating earthquakes in central Italy, residents are complaining about the slow speed of the recovery efforts.
The Syrian army, in cooperation with the Lebanese resistance movement Hezbollah, has advanced through Western Qalamoun region on the border with Lebanon.
Iran’s capital Tehran has hosted an international event on organ donation.
As the United States Congress prepares to impose more sanctions on Iran, Iranian officials warn the country will respond in kind to any violation of a nuclear deal signed in 2015.
Barcelona's Brazilian star Neymar scored a first-half brace to give his side a 2-1 win over Juventus at the International Champions Cup.
A journalist says America is a threat to every country around the world not Russia, Iran and North Korea.
An activist says the Israeli regime tries to uproot the Palestinian nation from their homeland through ethnic cleansing.
Iran’s capital Tehran has hosted a ceremony to commemorate the late renowned mathematician Maryam Mirzakhani.
Head of the global relief foundation Care International has visited Yemen amid increasing international calls on Saudi Arabia to lift the blockade on Yemen.
Lebanon’s Hezbollah fighters, backed by the Syrian Army, continue to advance in the Northeastern border area of Arsal in the coordinated attacks against Takfiri militants.
Chinese special envoy for Syria, Xie Xiaoyan is in the Iranian capital to hold talks with the country’s officials.
It is estimated that there are less than 4000 individual tigers across the world, with 70 percent of them recorded to be in India.
In Afghanistan, officials have confirmed that over a dozen Afghan troops have been killed in a recent US air strike in the south of the country.
Iran has officially launched the mass-production of an anti-aircraft missile dubbed Sayyad 3.
Nano startup is the title of a festival currently held in Iran’s capital Tehran, aimed at advancing nanotechnology.
A new Earth observing satellite is to give scientists vital information about our atmosphere and the impact of climate change and pollution.
The Iranian government has decided to implement new policies in the agriculture sector to tackle the problem of water crisis.
The world’s biggest ski resort has opened its doors to skiers on the China-Russia border in Harbin.
Persepolis has won the third edition of Iran’s Super Cup after defeating Naft Tehran 3-0 at the Azadi Stadium on Friday.
A lawyer says the Israeli regime is trying to undermine Palestinians’ right to worship at al-Aqsa Mosque in order to consolidate its control over the Islamic site.
Iran’s top nuclear negotiator says Tehran reserves the right to respond in a manner it deems fit to US violations of the 2015 nuclear deal.
Deadly clashes have erupted between government troops and pro-Russia forces in eastern Ukraine.
People in Yemen have staged a massive rally in solidarity with Palestinians.
People in the besieged Gaza Strip have rallied to protest Israel’s crackdown on Palestinians in Jerusalem al-Quds and the al-Aqsa Mosque Compound.
Protests against Israel’s restrictions on Al-Aqsa mosque have turned violent in Jerusalem al-Quds.
South Korea's Defense Ministry has called on North Korea to respond to its recent offer of dialogue to reduce military tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
The United States has intensified its air raids in Afghanistan during the past months under the pretext of targeting militant and terrorist groups.
The 23rd International Exhibition of Electronics, Computer and E-Commerce, also known as Elecomp 2017, is underway in Tehran.
A political expert says the Israeli regime spares no effort to deny Palestinians’ historical and religious heritage.
Tensions have again flared up in Venezuela as the opposition launches a 24-hour nationwide strike amid ongoing anti-government protests.
Iran says it is prepared both from a technical and a political point of view for any scenario as the US reviews its policy on the Iran nuclear deal.
Public transport strikes have strongly affected commuters in the Italian cities of Rome and Naples.
Turkey’s state-run Anadolu news agency has revealed sensitive information about the US military presence in northern Syria.
Workers in Greece’s tourism industry have staged a 24-hour nationwide strike to protest against low wages, lack of insurance and ever-increasing working hours.
With human rights violations on the rise in Afghanistan on a daily basis, a top Afghan rights body has slammed foreign players for refusing to genuinely support the government in tackling social problems.
Yemeni forces have staged a second military parade in Sana’a in a week.
Tensions are running high between Pakistan and India along their de facto border in the disputed Kashmir region.
Another patient has lost his life in the Gaza Strip to become the fourth Gazan to die this week as a result of the Israeli siege on the Palestinian region.
The body of the artist Salvador Dali was exhumed in order to settle a paternity suit brought by a woman who claims to be his daughter.
A commentator believes the framework that was created in Obama administration about Iran’s nuclear deal has to be fully functioned in Trump admin.
An author says the United States is not living up to its commitments under the nuclear deal between Iran and six world powers.
Hundreds of Grenfell Tower residents and protesters in London have demanded that the entire cabinet of the local council step aside.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has announced a cabinet reshuffle following a meeting with President Receb Tayyip Erdogan.
Court halls are empty across Pakistan as lawmakers walk out of their jobs to force the prime minister to resign.
Palestinians in the Gaza Strip have filed a complaint with the International Criminal Court with the help of international lawyers.
The Iranian health minister has visited Kabul and inked a number of cooperation agreements between Iran and Afghanistan.
When you think about the rush hour commute, you may tend to think of getting stuck in a car in traffic jam. But for many in Japan, their commuting nightmare is known as rush hour on a train.